LeBron James Is Pretty Much Offering His Son And A Boat Load Of Cash For Ohio State To Hire Dusty May: REPORT

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LeBron wants more power? … No, who would’ve thought!

Of course he does. There’s been countless stories over the years of LeBron’s power grabs. Hell, I just recently blogged about one with him reportedly trying to turn the Los Angeles Lakers organization against head coach Darvin Ham. And now here we go with yet another episode, this time involving the Ohio State Buckeyes men’s basketball program. (RELATED: Jalen Brunson Suffers Potentially Devastating Injury Which Would 100% Kill The Knicks’ Dream Season)

After firing head coach Chris Holtmann in February, the Buckeyes now need a new skipper, and with Ohio State being LeBron‘s hometown school (LOL), of course, this guy has reportedly got his hands all in the situation. As a matter of fact, he knows exactly who he wants as the new head coach — and has some interesting tactics to make it happen.

The self-proclaimed king is “pushing” for the Buckeyes to bring in Florida Atlantic University (FAU) head coach Dusty May after the Owls’ Final Four appearance last season, according to College Football Focus’ Mike Wachsman. And he’s offering Ohio State two things to make it happen: 1. His son Bryce and 2. A gargantuan donation “in the millions.”

Ain’t no way I would leave South Florida just to eventually get steamrolled by LeBron‘s ego … stay at FAU, Dusty.